Indian economy heads for 9% growth rate: ADB Betting big on the India, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is very confident that the country’s economy is all set to bounce back to 8-9 per cent growth levels in the medium and long term, President Haruhiko Kuroda said in a recent statement...Read more...
10.32 PM Feb 10th 2013
Source:Business Standard - Emerging Asian economies need to guard against the impact of problems emanating from the developed world, ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda said here on Saturday. The growth in the (Asian) region remains strong, there are near-term risks that must be guarded against
10.03 AM May 7th 2012
Source:IBNLive - PTI | 03:05 PM,May 04,2012 From Prakash Chawla Manila, May 4 (PTI) ADB President Haruhiko Kuroda today called upon the Asia-Pacific nations to focus on inclusive growth, green initiatives and knowledge-led development to achieve sustainable economic
4.19 PM May 4th 2012
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Manila, May 2: The Asian Development Bank has projected a near 7 per cent growth for the Asia-Pacific region during 2012.The ADB President, Mr Haruhiko Kuroda, said the Asian Development Outlook (ADO) forecasts a “healthy GDP of 6.9 per cent for developing Asia
10.48 AM May 3rd 2012
Source:NDTV Profit - PTI, 02 May 2012 | 02:18 PM The Asian Development Bank on Wednesday projected a near-7% growth for the Asia-Pacific region in 2012. ADB president Haruhiko Kuroda said the Asian Development Outlook (ADO) forecasts a "healthy GDP of 6.9 per cent for
4.28 PM May 2nd 2012
DAVOS (Switzerland): The global economic slowdown will affect Asia this year but the region will remain the economic powerhouse of the world, led by China, India and Indonesia, the head of the Asian Development Bank has said. Haruhiko Kuroda said in an interview with The Associated Press yesterday
12.05 PM Jan 27th 2012
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